The video shows how to move icons around in the Springboard, with them wobbling to indicate they can be drag and dropped around.
"If it is a hoax, they did a buttload of work" Natetrue told Gizmodo, "it installs on the phone no-questions-asked and for that you need to have Apple's private key, which i can confirm that the iphone hacker community does not haveas much as we would love to have it."
Unfortunately the update does not work with AnySim's unlock. Activation only works if you do it through iTunes using a regular AT&T account, as he pointed out to Gizmodo: "that is the only way we have been able to activate so far." Nate's attempt at an update from an unlocked 1.1.2 iPhone failed. "I suspect it's due to the fact that the baseband could not be upgraded to the 1.1.3 'required' version", he pointed out.
Even worse Apple has blocked third party applications since Apple fixed "the jailbreak method we were using for 1.1.2, locking us out again, as expected."
Natetrue also confirmed the list of features we reported earlier.